Kait’s introduction to the wonderful world of words was like that of a million other millennials: she was smitten from the first time she picked up a Harry Potter book at the age of seven. Where her story deviates, however, is in the fifth grade when she managed to win a national essay-writing contest. That experience, coupled with the later guidance of a supportive AP English teacher, inspired her to pursue degrees in storytelling (read: film, English and writing).
Her foodie journey, however, has been a little slower-going. Even though her dad was a chef (CIA-trained and all) and her mom was a catering manager, Kait was never much of a cook, much less an adventurous eater. That all changed during the pandemic, however, when she forced herself to pick up a cookbook or two and learn a few recipes. She also took that time to refine her palate, and can now happily say she is up to try (almost — live octopus is still a hard no) anything. She is especially excited to contribute her fresh perspective to the Serious Eats team.
- Since 2014, Kait has worked for Rhode Island Monthly magazine covering topics from food and culture to health and home for both print and online publications.
- She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 with a B.A. in English and Film Media and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric
- When not in front of a stove or a keyboard, Kait enjoys traveling, exploring local bars, breweries and beaches and, of course, reading anything and everything she can get her hands on.
Since attaining her bachelor’s in 2014, Kait has worked for Rhode Island Monthly magazine covering topics from food and culture to health and home for both print and online publications. She currently holds the title of Digital Editor, which involves updating the company’s website daily with the latest restaurant openings, news, events and more throughout the Ocean State.
Kait graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 with a B.A. in English and Film Media and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric.
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